Care - Professionally staffed facilities for infants to
three years old.
Study - Youth
gather at 9:45 AM to discuss the Bible as well as contemporary
issues that are affecting their lives.
Youth Club program begins the third Sunday in August and runs
through the end of November.
The Winter Youth Club program begins the third Sunday in
January and runs through the end of April.
The Summer Youth Club - Both Senior High and Middle School Youth Clubs take a break for the Summer. There will be a pool party in August to kick off the middle school club and a beach party for the senior high club. Please stay tuned for details.
School Youth Club - Grades 6 thru 8 meet from 4:30 PM to 6:00
PM in the Crows' Nest. Activities include Game Time, Lesson Time
and Gutter Time (snacks are served in a 10 foot rain gutter). This group does not meet every week. Please see the church calendar for specific times and activities.
several groups for our youth to participate in sharing musical
praise, as well as a opportunity to do outreach and travel:
FAITH - Wekiva's Youth Choir directed by Betsy Bone, our
Minister of Music. They practice on Sunday during the break
between Middle School and Senior High Youth Club; 6:00 - 7:00
- Is open to 6th graders through college age and focuses on
Christian folk/pop/rock music. They rehearse on Sunday afternoon
following 11:00 worship from 12:15 - 1:15pm. This group is lead
by Heidi Efta, Judy Dalles and Sam Thurmond.
Both of these groups welcome instrumentalists; guitar, percussion,
of Praise - Our church band, or orchestra if we have string
players. This group welcomes anyone who has had at least a year
of playing an instrument. They rehearse as needed on Sunday
afternoons prior to Middle School Youth Club program, 3:00 -
Worship and Music Conference - The Music Department hosts
an annual summer trip to Montreat, N.C. to the Worship and Music
conference sponsored by the Presbyterian Association of Musicians.
It is an intergenerational conference that focuses on providing
opportunities to sing, ring, or play with top notch directors
from around the US, learn about liturgical drama and movement,
world percussion, liturgical art (fabric, paper, etc.), and
much more, all while being involved in daily worship where all
these aspects are joined together. Evenings are filled with
talent show, mixers and 'the barn', ice cream at The Huckleberry,
and more. This trip is combined with a stopover in South Carolina
for the conferees to do outreach by sharing our talents
during worship or by providing a worship experience with a church,
retirement home, or Long Term Care facility. For more information
contact, Betsy Bone, our Minister of Music.
here for more information on our music programs.
High Youth Club - Grades 9 through 12 meet from 7:00 PM to
9:00 PM in the Crosswalk. Activities include Game Time, Hang out
Time, Lesson Time (led by members of the group) and Gutter Time
(snacks are served in a 10 foot rain gutter).